The dynamic duo So-Jah has now become a household name in various Japanese communities. The duo was propelled to stardom in Japan by attaining two number one singles under their belts, 'Pon De Corner' on the Guilty Rhythm and 'Life Get Harder' on the 'Tear Drops' rhythm featuring Martina, both of which were produced by CashFlow Records.
With all that success on the Japanese charts, So-Jah has already booked a flight to Japan for a three week tour. The tour will be seeing them making stops at Tokyo,Yoko Hama, and Kochi.
When they get back from tour, their next project is to complete a video shoot of their latest single entitled 'Too Much Youths Dying' on the Woomba rhythm that was also produced by CashFlow. CashFlow, an instrumental driving force behind the duo, will be joining them on tour for the second leg.
"It's amazing to see that the Japanese market has recognized our talent, but yet still not many persons in Jamaica know us apart from those who live in the Kingston 20 area," one member of So-Jah told Yardflex.com